Show #1636 - Monday, October 14, 1991

Leszek Pawlowicz game 3.

Contestants

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Jim Ciolek, an account aide from Lansing, Michigan

Michele Boxberger, an information analyst from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Leszek Pawlowicz, a materials scientist from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $23,401)

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
BREAKFAST CEREALS
THE NEW TESTAMENT
LIBRARIES
KENTUCKIANS
    $100 1
This Hawaiian instrument was developed from a Portuguese guitar called a machete
    $100 23
With over 1700 steps, it's quicker to take the elevator to the top of this Paris landmark
    $100 3
Some boxes of the cereal named for these reptiles come with free "Honey Ooze" inside
    $100 6
The one referred to when Jesus said, "Have not I chosen you twelve, & one of you is a devil?"
    $100 17
Rare books & manuscripts are housed in the Sistine Room of this 1600-year-old library
    $100 12
This co-host of ABC's "Primetime Live" was America's Junior Miss of 1963
    $200 2
In 1768 Johann Christian Bach gave the first public recital on this new keyboard instrument
    $200 24
To see a colony of wild barbary apes, just take a cable car that goes to the top of this "Rock"
    $200 4
Epaulette wearer featured on boxes of Crunch Berries cereal
    $200 22
When Jesus entered Jerusalem, leaves from this tree were thrown down in front of him
    $200 18
In 1731 this printer became a co-founder of the Library Company of Philadelphia
    $200 13
Born in Kentucky, this judge went on to become the only "Law West of the Pecos"
    $300 7
Lionel Hampton is perhaps the best-known player of this xylophone-like instrument
    $300 25
While in this country, you might want to attend a performance at the Royal Flemish Opera
    $300 5
The cereal made by U.S. Mills since 1908, or an avuncular symbol of the U.S.
    DD: $500 28
The 2 men to whom Jesus said, "Come ye after me, & I will make you to become fishers of men"
    $300 19
A large collection of medical works can be found in Rochester, Minnesota, at this clinic
    $300 14
In 1978 this 18-year-old jockey rode Affirmed to victory in all 3 Triple Crown races
    $400 8
As early as the 13th century, marching soldiers were known to use this small flute
    $400 26
One travel guide advises if you can only visit one of this country's islands, make sure it's Bali
    $400 10
This oat bran cereal made by Kellogg's shares its name with a pamphlet written by Thomas Paine
    $400 20
Nevada's largest book collection is at the University of Nevada's oldest campus, in this city
    $400 15
An Oscar went to Sissy Spacek for portraying this Kentucky country singer in "Coal Miner's Daughter"
    $500 9
It's the largest orchestral string instrument that's played with a bow
    $500 27
The world's oldest existing zoo is on the grounds of Schonbrunn Palace near this city
    $500 11
Post describes it as a "Frosted letter, oats & corn cereal" – 26 letters, we assume
    $500 21
This Midwest state's Old Cathedral Library in Vincennes is noted for its old manuscripts
    $500 16
Appointed by Woodrow Wilson in 1916, he became the first Jewish Supreme Court Justice

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Leszek Michele Jim
$3,000 $300 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Michele Jim
$4,000 $1,000 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
LITERARY CHARACTERS
HISTORY
CATS
BUSINESS BIGGIES
ANGLO-FILE
    $200 3
This state's silver production is no small potatoes: in fact, it leads the nation
    $200 8
"Off with his head!" is the favorite expression of the Queen of Hearts in this story
    $200 16
When Mao Tse-tung came to power in 1949 he promised to respect this Tibetan religion: didn't work
    $200 26
From the Middle English "caterwawen", it's the wail a cat makes, especially when it's in heat
    $200 1
For the sixth straight year, this automaker has topped the Fortune 500 list of the nation's top companies
    $200 21
An American snake as well as an order founded by Edward III are named for this clothing accessory
    $400 4
The geographic center of this state is in Wexford County, five miles north of Cadillac
    $400 9
Despite her love for this man, Catherine leaves Wuthering Heights & marries Edgar Linton
    $400 17
In 395 A.D. the Roman Empire split; Rome remained capital in the West & this was the capital in the East
    $400 27
It can mean any domestic cat or specifically one with a striped coat
    $400 2
This company, which calls itself "Rock Solid" , is North America's No. 1 seller of life insurance
    $400 22
Published in London in 1552, the "Abecedarium" was an early form of this kind of reference book
    $600 5
With fewer than 500,000 people, this Rocky Mountain state placed last in the 1990 census
    $600 10
In "Treasure Island", this Bristol innkeeper is hired as the cook on the Hispanola
    $600 18
In early February 1991 Iraqi troops briefly seized the city of Khafji in this country
    $600 28
It is distinctive for its rabbitlike gait & soft voice as well as missing posterior part
    $600 11
Under his new Sony contract, this singing superstar could earn $1 billion over the next 15 years
    $600 23
1485, the year Henry VII of this royal house took the throne, divides medieval & modern England
    $800 6
If you're looking for treasure – Treasure County, that is – you'll find it in this "Treasure State"
    $800 14
Mark Twain title describing "The Boss", foreman of a Hartford arms factory
    $800 19
This prince was Pakistan's UN ambassador when he died in an auto accident in May 1960
    $800 29
Anyone devoted to the breeding & advancement of cats belongs collectively to this group
    $800 12
Since acquiring this company in 1963, Heinz has become the world's largest tuna packer
    DD: $800 24
After he died April 19, 1881, Gladstone, his main rival, didn't attend the funeral
    $1000 7
1 of 2 states that border eight others
    $1000 15
In "All the King's Men", this gov. is killed in the capitol by Adam Stanton, the son of a former governor
    DD: $2,200 20
16th century Genevans were a bit perturbed at the blue laws this French Protestant reformer set up
    $1000 30
Cats have 5 toes on each forepaw, including this thumblike toe
    $1000 13
In 1953 All American Airlines became Allegheny Airlines & in 1979 it became this
    $1000 25
The collar & tie evolved from the stock, a starched neckcloth popularized by this 19th c. fashion plate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Michele Jim
$8,800 $0 $2,800
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
H.M.S. Hood, then the world's largest warship, was sunk by this battleship May 24, 1941

Final scores:

Leszek Michele Jim
$11,600 $0 $5,599
3-day champion: $35,001 3rd place: Nicolet men's & ladies' watches + Nintendo Entertainment System with Super Jeopardy! & Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius for Game Boy 2nd place: Broyhill bedroom set & Burlington comforter ensemble

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Leszek Michele Jim
$11,500 $0 $2,800
33 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
3 R,
1 W
14 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $14,300

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